PNY NVIDIA Quadro P5000 PCIe Pro 16GB Graphics Card
The NVIDIA Quadro P5000 workstation graphics card, powered by NVIDIA Pascal™ GPU technology, features 16 GB memory capacity and enables an expansive visual workspace with quad display outputs. Work with larger models, complex visual effects and simulations, larger rendering tasks, and more life-like VR experiences in your workflow today and be well prepared for the challenges of tomorrow.
PNY Technologies delivers professional graphics cards with all necessary accessories, including appropriate adapters, cables, brackets, software installation disc and documentation to ensure a quick and successful install. PNY Technologies offers a standard 3-year warranty, dedicated Quadro Field Application engineers and direct tech support hot lines for pre- and post-support. Features • Featuring 16GB of GDDR5X RAM.
• Comes with all necessary accessories, including appropriate adapters, cables, brackets, software installation disc and documentation.
• NVIDIA VR ready.
• 2560 CUDA cores.
• 1x DVI-I DL and 4xDisplayPort 1.4 ports.
|Graphics Chipset||Quadro P5000|
|NVIDIA CUDA Cores||2560|
|Memory Size||16 GB|
|Memory Bit Rate||256 Bit|
|Single Precision Processing||No|
|Single Precision Performance|
|Double Precision Processing||No|
|Double Precision Performance|
|Integer Operations (INT8)|
|H.264 1080p30 Streams||N/A|
|Cooling||Single Fan (1)|
|Graphics Interface||PCIe 3.0 (x16)|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||7680x4320 @ 30Hz|
|Maximum VGA Resolution||2048x1536 @ 85Hz|
|Multi GPU Support|
|Multi Monitor Support||4 Displays|
|Supported Compute APIs||
|Supported Graphics APIs||
|Microsoft DirectX Support||12 API|
|Form Factor||Dual Slot|
|Low Profile Compatible||No|
|Low Profile Support||N/A|
|Board Power||180 W|
|Graphics Card Power Connectors||1 x 8-pin PCIe|
|Minimum Recommended PSU|
|Maximum GPU Temperature|
|Dimensions||112 × 267 mm|
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